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Oracle SCM Cloud

Getting Started with Your Manufacturing and Supply Chain Management


Implementation

Release 11

Oracle White Paper | August 2016

GETTING STARTED WITH YOUR MANUFACTURING AND SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT IMPLEMENTATION

Contents
Preface

Oracle Applications Help

Other Guides

My Oracle Support

Documentation Accessibility

Comments and Suggestions

Introduction

About This Guide

Assumptions

Manufacturing and Supply Chain Materials Management: Get Started

Sign In to Oracle Fusion Applications and Navigate to Setup and Maintenance 7


Implement the Manufacturing and Supply Chain Materials Management
Functional Areas

Provision Roles to Implementation User

Create Locations for Inventory and Manufacturing

Create Inventory and Manufacturing Organizations Using Quick Setup

Manage Data Access for Users

Manage Inventory Organizations

Manage Shipping Parameters

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Cost Accounting Quick Setup

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Defining Manufacturing Master Data

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Define Master Data: Introduction

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Manual Creation of Items

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Create Item Structures

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Create Item Structures Manually

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Assign Items and Structure to Organization

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Assign Items and Structures to an Organization

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Optionally, Create Additional Work Areas, Resources, Work Centers

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Create Work Definition

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Select Manage Work Definitions.

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Defining Costing Master Data

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Define Costing Master Data: Introduction

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Create Material Cost Plans

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Create Resource Rate Plans

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Create Cost Planning Scenarios

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Executing Your First Work Order

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Work Order Execution: Introduction

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Create Work Order

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Execute Work Order

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Scheduled Processes to Run for the Costing Work Order

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Appendix
Define Common Financials Configuration

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Create SCM Application Implementation Consultant (Optional)

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Optionally Create Users for Manufacturing Engineer, Production Operator, and


Production Supervisor
Define Item Class Security
Frequently Asked Questions

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Where can I indicate the business unit is a profit center?

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Is item class security required to add and edit items?

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Where can I define the default Manufacturing organization?

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Preface
This Preface introduces information sources that can help you use the application.

Oracle Applications Help


Use the help icon to access Oracle Applications Help in the application.
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Not all pages have help icons.
You can also access Oracle Applications Help at https://fusionhelp.oracle.com/.

Other Guides
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Oracle Applications Help, and select Documentation Library from the Navigator menu
Oracle Help Center at http://docs.oracle.com/

My Oracle Support
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Comments and Suggestions


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Introduction
About This Guide
Welcome to Manufacturing and Supply Chain Materials Management. This guide uses Simplified
Setups as a basis to help you get started quickly. Listed below are the minimum tasks you need to set
up inventory and manufacturing organizations using default settings. After you finish these steps, you
will be ready to perform the following:

Add items

Add item structures

Define basic costs for material and resources

Complete your first manufacturing transaction

If you want more control over how each organization is set up, or need to implement advanced
features, then refer to Oracle SCM Cloud Implementing Manufacturing and Supply Chain Materials
Management.

Assumptions
Before performing the steps in this guide, you must set up some common enterprise structure objects.
If you have already implemented Oracle Financials Cloud on your instance, then your enterprise
structure setup is complete. If not, then follow the Define Common Financials Configuration
instructions in the appendix of this guide.
To get started, you need access to Oracle Identity Management and Oracle Fusion Applications.
Contact the person who installed the systems for the actual user names and passwords that were
specified during installation and provisioning. These roles allow access to Manufacturing and Supply
Chain Materials Management implementation through Functional Setup Manager, a tool that you use
to plan, configure, implement, deploy, and maintain Oracle Fusion Applications.
You may find it useful to have the Oracle SCM Cloud Implementing Common Features for Oracle
SCM Cloud guide available.

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Manufacturing and Supply Chain Materials Management: Get Started


Sign In to Oracle Fusion Applications and Navigate to Setup and Maintenance
Use the Oracle Cloud Applications URL, and sign into Oracle Cloud Applications using the user
name and password that were provided to access Oracle Identity Management.
On the Welcome page, click the Home icon

.Click the Navigator and select Setup and

Maintenance.

Implement the Manufacturing and Supply Chain Materials Management Functional


Areas
Click Setup.
2. On the Setup: Manufacturing and Supply Chain Materials Management, select Change
Configuration.
3. On the Configure: Manufacturing and Supply Chain Materials Management page, select
Enable for Implementation for the following functional areas under Manufacturing and
Supply Chain Materials Management:
Shipping
Cost and Profit Planning
Manufacturing
4. Click Done.
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Provision Roles to Implementation User


Ensure that the implementation user has the necessary roles to implement manufacturing.
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Click Initial Users.


In the Initial Users region of the page, select All Tasks from the Show list of values.
Select Provision Roles to Implementation Users.
On the Oracle Identity Management Self-Service page, select Administration.
In the Search list of values on the Administration tab, select Users and search for the user
name that was provided to access Oracle Applications.
Select the user name that you searched for.
In the Roles tab, select the roles that you want to assign this user, and click Assign.
In the Add Role window, search for and add the following roles to the user name by
searching by display name:
User name indicated above
Cost Accountant
Employee
Inventory Manager
Product Data Steward
Manufacturing Engineer
Production Operator
Production Supervisor
Warehouse Manager
IT Security Manager

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Select Sign Out to exit Oracle Identity Management, and click Confirm.
Close the OIM tab in the browser.
On the Setup and Maintenance page, select the Manufacturing and Supply Chain
Materials Management offering, if its not already selected.
Click Setup.
On the Setup: Manufacturing and Supply Chain Materials Management page, select the
Facilities functional area and then click the Quick Setup icon.

Create Locations for Inventory and Manufacturing


A location identifies the physical addresses of a plant. You associate a location with inventory and
manufacturing organizations. The locations that you create exist as separate structures that you
can use for reporting.
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In your browser, select the Setup and Maintenance tab, which you opened in step 1.
Sign in using the user name indicated above.
Select Manufacturing and Supply Chain Materials Management.
Click Setup.
Select the Enterprise Profile functional area.
In the Enterprise Profile section, in the Show list of values select All Tasks.
Select Manage Locations.
Click Create.
On the Create Location page, enter information in the following required fields:
Effective Start Date
Location Set
Name
Code
Status
Country
Address Line 1
City
State
Zip Code
County
If you enter the zip code, then the city, state, and county are populated automatically.
Click Submit and click Yes to confirm that you want to continue with the request.
Click OK.
On the Manage Locations page, click Done to return to Setup and Maintenance.

Create Inventory and Manufacturing Organizations Using Quick Setup


Manage SCM Common Components Quick Setup defines all required tasks and many commonly
required tasks in the Items, Inventory, Receiving, and Manufacturing master data functional areas.
On these pages you can set up the following:
Calendar
Units of Measure

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Inventory Organization
1. Select an existing calendar, or create a new one. Then, click Next.
2. Select unit of measures classes, and then click Next.
3. Set up inventory organizations, and then click Submit.
4. When a confirmation message appears, click OK.
5. This action sets up all required tasks in the following functional areas:
Facilities
Items
Inventory Management
Receiving
Manufacturing Master Data
6. You can repeat this task to define additional organizations at any time.

Manage Data Access for Users


The purpose of this step is to ensure that application users have access to inventory,
manufacturing, and cost organizations. You can grant access by user name or role. This appears
only if this is a starter environment.
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Select the Facilities functional area.


Select Manage Inventory Organization Data
Access for Users. The program defaults to
Users without Data Access. If you dont see
this task, then consult your security guide.
Click Create.
Add a new row for your user name. Select
the Production Supervisor role,
Manufacturing Plant security context, and the new organization you just created as the
security context value.
Repeat the previous steps to add the following roles:
Production Operator
Manufacturing Engineer
Inventory Manager
Cost Accountant
Click Save and Close.
Define security for the following in a discrete manufacturing setting:
Cost Organization
Manufacturing Plant
Note that you can copy rows.
Click Done when youre finished.

Manage Inventory Organizations


You must associate the profit center business unit with the inventory organization that you just
created. The profit center business unit is used as a search parameter when implementing Cost
Management.

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Note: If you need a definition of profit center business unit, click the Help icon or any other field
during setup.
On the Setup: Manufacturing and Supply Chain Materials Management page, select the
Facilities functional area.
Select the Manage Inventory Organizations task.
Search for the Inventory Organization that you just created.
Click the Edit icon.
If Profit Center Business Unit is blank, then select a value, and then click Next.
Confirm that the Item Master Organization is correct.
Click Save and Close.
On the Manage Inventory Organizations page, click Done.

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Manage Shipping Parameters


Shipping parameters impact the way a shipment is created and ship confirmed, and how Shipping
interacts with Inventory Management.
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On the Setup: Manufacturing and Supply Chain Materials Management page,


Select the Shipping functional area.
In the Show list of values, select All Tasks. Select the Manage Shipping Parameters task.
In the Select Organization window, select the organization that you just created and click
OK.
Define the required fields for shipping parameters:
Appending Limit
Packing Unit Capacity Method
Weight UOM Class
Volume UOM Class
Shipment Set Behavior
Release Sequence Rule
Pick Slip Grouping Rule
Print Pick Slip
Staging Subinventory
Click Save and Close.

Cost Accounting Quick Setup


The Configure Cost Accounting Using Quick Setup page provides a way to get a simple structure
in place to create cost accounting distributions and accounting entries for inventory and
manufacturing transactions.
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Chain Materials Management page, click
the Quick Setup icon for Cost Accounting.
On the Configure Cost Accounting Using Quick Setup page, click the Query by Example
icon, search by Profit Center Business Unit for the business unit that is associated with the
inventory organization that you just created and edited.
Enter a cost organization code, cost organization name, and cost method.
Select the row with the cost information you just entered, and click Implement.

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When a message appears that asks if you want to continue with the implementation click
Yes.
6. When a message appears confirming implementation, click OK.
7. Open Setup Tasks under Implementation Details to confirm setup.
8. Click Done to exit the Configure Cost Accounting Using Quick Setup page. This setup
results in the following starting points in the cost management business processes:
All prerequisite setups to start the cost planning process.
All prerequisite setups completed to start cost processing
of inventory transactions. Users can configure the Create
Cost Accounting Distributions Run Control, open the cost
accounting period, and begin processing.
When the setups are implemented successfully, the following
are created:
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Manage Cost Organization


Manage Cost Book
Manage Cost Organization Relationship
Manage Cost Element
Manage Cost Component
Confirmation Window for Costing Rapid Implementation
Manage Cost Component Mapping
Manage Valuation Structures
Manage Cost Profiles
Manage Default Cost Profiles
Before creating material cost plans and labor rate plans, you must create a planning cost
organization and associate it with the new cost organization that you created above.
On the Setup: Manufacturing and Supply Chain Materials Management page, select the
Cost and Profit Planning functional area and then select the Define Planning Cost
Organizations task.
10. On the Manage Planning Cost Organizations page, click the Add Row icon.
11. In the Create Planning Cost Organization window, select values for the following: Cost
Organization, Item Validation Organization, and Set Name.
12. Click Save and Close.
13. On the Manage Planning Cost Organizations page, click Done.
14. On the Setup: Manufacturing and Supply Chain Materials Management page, select the
Manage Planning Cost Organization Relationships task.
15. On the Manage Planning Cost Organization Relationships page, search by the new
inventory organization that you created.
16. In the Cost Organization Relationship section, click Add Row.
17. Select a cost organization to associate with the planning cost organization that you
created in the previous step.
18. Select Default and then click Save and Close.
For detailed information about costing implementation, see Oracle SCM Cloud: Implementation
Manufacturing and Supply Chain Materials Management.
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Defining Manufacturing Master Data


Define Master Data: Introduction
Defining Manufacturing master data includes:
Creating items and item structures
Assigning items and structures to your new manufacturing plant
Creating a work definition, which provides a template for work order execution
Create Items
Creating items is one of the fundamental steps in supply chain management. In the examples
below, you will create purchased and finished good items, which can be manually created or
imported. Creating several items manually may provide insight into items and structures.
Manual Creation of Items
1. On the Home page, select Product Management and then Product Information
Management.
2. Click the Tasks tab, and select Create Item.
3. In the Create Item window, provide values for the following required fields:
Organization
Number of Items
4. Select a value for Item Class and enter an item class description.
5. Click OK.

Create Item Structures


An item structure defines what items make up a finished good. A structure is not required to create
a work definition, but a structure is generally in place.
Item structures in this guide are created manually.
Create Item Structures Manually
1. In Product Information Management, click the Tasks panel tab and select Manage Items.
2. On the Manage Items tab, find and select an item.
3. Select Structures.
4. Click the Create icon.
5. In the Create New Item Structure window, select a structure name, and select a value for
Effectivity Control.
6. Click Apply and Add Details.
7. In the Item Details section of the Edit Item Structure tab, find and associate items with the
structure. Make sure the structure is selected when you click Select and Add.
8. Click Done.
9. On the Edit Item tab, select Save and Close.

Assign Items and Structure to Organization


Items are generally created in a master organization and then assigned to a manufacturing plant.
If you want to define multiple inventory organizations, then you can assign items and structures
manually or by making mass changes with a batch program that you access on the Manage Items
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Assign Items and Structures to an Organization


1. On the Home page, select Product Management and then
Product Information Management.
2. Click the Tasks panel tab, and select Manage Items.
3. In the Manage Items window, find and select an item, but dont
click the item number. If an item has a structure, then you can
move its structure, too.
4. Click Actions and select Manage Item Mass Changes.
5. Select Assign to Organizations.
6. In the Organizations section of the Assign Items to Organizations
window, click the Select and Add icon.
7. In the Select and Add: Organizations window, search for and
select an organization.
8. Click Apply and then Done.
9. In the Assign Items to Organizations window, click OK.
10. In the Process Details window, click Submit.
11. View your submission by selecting the Overview tab, and viewing Scheduled Processes.

Optionally, Create Additional Work Areas, Resources, Work Centers


Work areas, work centers, and resources define labor and equipment that you will use on the work
definition and work order.
From the Home page, select Manufacturing.
2. Click Work Definition.
3. On the Overview page, click Change Organization.
4. In the Select Organization window, select an organization and click OK.
5. Select Resources, Work Centers or Work Areas to Add or Edit.
The Tasks pane on the Overview page contains links you can use to add or edit resources, work
centers, or work areas.
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Create Work Definition


A work definition describes the material and resources to manufacture a finished good.
Select Manage Work Definitions.
1. In the Search Results section, click the Add icon.
2. In the Create Work Definition window, select an item and a structure name.
3. Select a work definition name, version, start date, and production priority, and click Next.
4. In the Create Work Definition window, click the Add Row icon.
5. Enter a sequence, name, and work center.
6. Optionally, select Count Point, Automatically Transact, and Serialization.
7. Click Save and Edit.
8. On the Edit Work Definition Details tab, add items by dragging and dropping them to the
left.
9. Click the Resources icon.
10. Click Save and Close.
11. On the Manage Work Definitions page, click Done.

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Defining Costing Master Data


Define Costing Master Data: Introduction
In this section, we will define the standard cost for material and resources and then create a
scenario where we will roll up the cost of a finished good.

Create Material Cost Plans


From the Home page click Costing.
2. Click Cost and Profit Planning.
3. On the Overview page, select the Tasks panel tab.
4. Click Manage Material Cost Plans.
5. On the Manage Material Cost Plans tab, click the Create icon.
6. Enter or select values for the following required fields:
Material Cost Plan Number
Planning Cost Organization
Effective Start Date
Currency
Purpose
7. Click Save.
8. Add material cost plan lines.
9. Add material cost plan details.
10. Click Save.
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Click the Tasks panel tab and select Manage Resource and Overhead Rates.
On the Manage Resource and Overhead Rates tab, click the Create Resource and
Overhead Rate Plan icon.
In the Create Resource and Overhead Rate Plan window, enter or select values for the
following required fields:
Planning Cost Organization
Inventory Organization,
Plan Name
Currency
Purpose
Effective Start Date
Click Save and Close.
On the Manage Resource and Overhead Rates tab, click Manage Resource Rates.
Click the Select and Add icon to add resources.
Click Create Resource Rates.
Click the Resource Rates icon to add rates, and click Save and Close.
Select values for the following required fields:
Effective Start Date

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Cost Component Type


Cost Component
Expense Pool
Rate
10. Click Save and Close.
11. On the Manage Resource Rates page, click Done.

Create Cost Planning Scenarios


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On the Create Cost Planning Scenario tab, click the Create icon.
Enter or select values for the following required fields:
Name
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Scenario Type
Purpose
Currency
Currency Conversion Type
Effective from Date
Material Cost Plan
Resource Rate Plan
Click Save.
Click Actions and select Build Scenario and Perform Cost Rollup.
In the Build Scenario and Perform Cost Rollup window, click Submit and then click OK.
On the Create Cost Planning Scenario tab, click Go to Task and select View Rolled Up
Costs.
Click Done.
On the Edit Cost Planning Scenario page, click Go to Task and select Publish Cost. If you
dont see the value, it may be because the action is still being processed. Check the
status. Select Save and Close.

Executing Your First Work Order


Work Order Execution: Introduction
This section brings together all previous steps to create your first manufacturing work order. You
can create two types of work orders: Standard and nonstandard. A standard work order references
a work definition, while a nonstandard work order doesnt.

Create Work Order


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Select Work Execution.
On the Overview page, under Tasks, select Manage Work Orders.
On the Manage Work Orders tab, click the Create icon.
In the Create Standard Work Orders window, enter or select values in the following
required fields:

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Item
Quantity
Start Date
6. Click Save and Close.
7. From the Manage Work Orders tab, select your work order, but dont click the work order
number, and click Release.
8. Click Done.

Execute Work Order


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Under Tasks, select Review Dispatch List.

10. On the Review Dispatch List tab, click the Expand icon.
11. Click Quick Complete.
12. Click Done.

Scheduled Processes to Run for the Costing Work Order


You must run the following scheduled processes:
Transfer Transactions from Production to Costing: Available in Manufacturing Work
Execution
Transfer Transactions from Inventory to Costing: Available from Scheduled Processes
Create Cost Accounting Distributions: Available from Cost Accounting

Appendix
Define Common Financials Configuration
Use this Microsoft Excel template to rapidly implement the following enterprise structure common
setup objects:
Charts of accounts
Hierarchies
Legal entities
Accounting calendars
Primary ledgers
Business units
Rules for generating sequential IDs for transactions that are recorded in the system, as well as
to select setup objects along with their accounting specifications for the various modules of
Oracle Financials Cloud.
For more information, see the Define Financials Configuration for Rapid Implementation: Overview
chapter of Oracle Financials Cloud Getting Started with Your Implementation.

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Use the Oracle Cloud Applications URL and Application Implementation Consultant to sign
in to Oracle Cloud Applications.
On the Welcome page, click the Navigator icon.
Click Setup and Maintenance and click Implementation Projects.
On the Implementation Projects page, click Create.
On the Create Implementation Project: Enter Basic Information page, enter a name, code,
and start date.

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On the Implementation Project page, click Select and Add.
In the Select and Add: Task Lists and Tasks window, search for Define Common
Financials.
Select Define Common Financials Configuration for Rapid Implementation, and click Apply
and then Done.
On the Implementation Project page, expand your selection.
Click the Go to Task icon for Create Chart of Accounts, Ledger, Legal Entities, and
Business Units in Spreadsheet.
Open the spreadsheet and follow the instructions.
On the Implementation Project page, search for and click Go to Task for the Upload Chart
of Accounts task. This task launches the Upload Enterprise Structures and Hierarchies
process.
On the Upload Enterprise Structures and Hierarchies page, select Upload Enterprise
Structure.
Click Browse, and select the first zip file you saved in Step 3 in the spreadsheet. Then,
click Submit.
Navigate to the Scheduled Processes page, and verify that the process was completed
without errors or warnings. Then, click Done.
On the Implementation Project page, search for and select Upload Ledger, Legal Entities
and Business Units.
Select Upload Enterprise Structure.
Click Choose File and select the second zip file you saved in Step 4 in the spreadsheet
and click Submit and then click Done.
In the Navigator, select Scheduled Processes
On the Scheduled Processes page, search for your process and verify that the process
was completed without errors or warnings. Then, click Done.

Create SCM Application Implementation Consultant (Optional)


Use this process to create additional users for deployment and testing of product. For example,
you may want to create an SCM Application Implementation Consultant. Having different users
can be helpful in testing security and messaging.
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Sign in to Functional Setup Manager with the user name and password that were provided
to access Oracle Identity Management.
On the Setup and Maintenance page, select the Manufacturing and Supply Chain offering.
Click Setup.
On the Setup: Manufacturing and Supply Chain Materials Management page, select the
Initial Users functional area.
In the Initial Users section, select All Tasks.
Click Create Implementation Users.
On the Oracle Identity Management - Self Service Welcome page, click Administration.
Click Create User, and enter or select values in the following required fields:
Last Name
Organization
User Type (Full-Time Employee, Consultant)

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Click Save.

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Optionally Create Users for Manufacturing Engineer, Production Operator, and


Production Supervisor
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Assign the following roles to Manufacturing Engineer:
Cost Accountant
Employee
Inventory Manager
Manufacturing Engineer
Production Operator
Production Supervisor
Assign the following roles to the Production Operator:
Employee
Production Operator
Assign the following roles to the Production Supervisor: Employee:
Production Operator
Production Supervisor

Define Item Class Security


With Oracle Fusion Product Hub, you can secure your item data by configuring data security using
the Manage Item Classes task. This feature is enforced only if the product management offerings
are configured to enable either the Data Governance or Data Consolidation options.
On the Setup and Maintenance page, click Implementation Projects.
On the Implementation Projects page, create a new project.
3. Add the Manage Item Classes task to the project.
4. On the Implementation Project page, select Manage Item Classes and click the Go to
Task icon.
5. On the Manage Item Classes page, click Root Item Class.
6. On the Edit Item Class page, select Security.
7. On the Security tab, click the Add Row icon.
8. Select a group or person, and a name and organization.
9. Click Save.
10. Associate actions with the group or person.
11. Click Save and Close.
12. On the Manage Item Classes page, click Done.
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Frequently Asked Questions


Product strategy, solution consultants, and global sales engineering frequently asked the following
questions when they were implementing and testing Manufacturing and Supply Chain Materials
Management:

Where can I indicate the business unit is a profit center?


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Select the Manufacturing and Supply Chain Materials offering and click Setup.
On the Setup Manufacturing and Supply Chain Materials page, select the Organization
Structures functional area.
In the Organization Structures section, click Manage Business Unit.
On the Manage Business Units page, select your business unit.
Click Actions and then select Assign Business Functions. On the Assign Business
Functions page, select Enabled for Materials Management.
In the Financial Reporting area, select the check box below the Primary Ledger field.
Selecting this check box indicates that the business unit is a profit center.

Is item class security required to add and edit items?


With Oracle Fusion Product Hub, you can secure your item data by configuring data security using
the Manage Item Classes task. This feature will now be enforced only if the Product Management
offering was configured to enable either the Data Governance or Data Consolidation options.
If you licensed Product Hub and you need to use the data security feature, then ensure that the
offering was configured appropriately to use this feature. If you are an Oracle ERP Cloud or Oracle
Sales Cloud customer who uses only item management features, then ensure that the Data
Consolidation and Data Governance options are not enabled. If these options are not enabled,
then the data security feature is not enabled and you arent required to perform the Manage Item
Class task. The Data Governance and Data Consolidation options are not enabled by default.

Where can I define the default Manufacturing organization?


In the Setup and Maintenance work area, locate Manufacturing and Supply Chain
Materials Management and click Setup.
2. On the Setup: Manufacturing and Supply Chain Materials Management page, select
Manufacturing Master Data.
3. In the Manufacturing Master Data section on the right, select Manage Plant Profiles.
On the Manage Plant Profiles page, select RCS_DEFAULT_MFG_PLANT_ORG.
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